1. Transparency

The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead believes transparency is a key condition and driver for the delivery of council services. As a publically funded organisation, the Council has a duty to the residents it serves to be transparent in its business operations and outcomes. We are always interested to know what information would be of interest to you.

If you would like to submit an anonymous query or read about what has been asked of us you can find all the details on our Information of Interest page. Alternatively if you would like to contact us directly our Access to Information page has guidance on how to submit an information request.

You may use and re-use information featured on these pages under the terms of the Open Government License.

When you use information featured on theses pages, please ensure appropriate attribution is made to the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead.

For more information on the Open Government License including details of its scope, provisions and exemptions, please visit the National Archives website

The Royal Borough has received the Local Government Association’s (LGA) peer review report which can be viewed here. The peer review team visited the Royal Borough in September 2017 to conduct a review of the council and its governance. Any member of the LGA can request a review team of council leaders, directors and LGA officials to visit and examine their way of working under five key themes.